This colorful mural of a woman is by Chilean-born, NYC-based street artist Dasic Fernandez. You can see it on the facade of a clothing store, on Lafayette Street, just north of Prince Street, in Soho NYC.
This very colorful mural by renowned street artist turned fine artist Kenny Scharf adorns one side of a building located near the corner of Lafayette and Prince Street in SOHO. The 50-foot high abstract painting is part of the Taking Back the Streets campaign from WAT-AAH bottled water to promote the popularity of drinking water among children and teens. Find out more about the campaign at This Link.
Artist Andy Swist has just created a complete set of fang-tastic PDF sketches featuring the characters of HBO’s True Blood that you can download and print right now to make yourself a whole mess of True Blood Paper Dolls to play with and have imaginary, bloodlust-ridden adventures! All you need is a color LaserJet printer, some heavy paper stock, lightweight cardboard, scissors, glue and your imagination for hours of dead-sexy fun! The downloads are free, but donations are appreciated! Bon Temps for everyone!
Update: Andy’s site is now off-line, but you can see what the dolls and their accessories looked like, and maybe re-create them your own, at This Link!
Thanks to Phil Bailey for The Tip!